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March and April Meetings will Focus on Agriculture Policy

At our March 18-19 meetings, members Judy Rosenblatt and Caroly Cushing presented on the issue of the League's long-sJudy and Carolyntanding League positions regarding national agriculture policy.  We are being asked to consider possible areas for modification or addition.  Our general introduction to issues in March will be followed by a formal consensus meeting in April to answer specific questions.

The March meetings were informative on an important subject that probably receives little attention from city dwellers, but has wide ranging impacts to all of us.

The April 15th meeting will be at the Little Venetian Inn, 2900 Rice St., Little Canada.  A social hour and dinner begins at 5:30 p.m.; the program begins at 7:00 p.m.  The April 16th meeting will be at 9:30 a.m. at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 910 County Road D, Roseville.  Please RSVP to Stephanie DeBenedet at 651-483-1006 or jdebenedet@msn.com by noon Monday, April 14th to make a dinner reservation for the April 15th dinner.  No reservation is required for those attending the 7:00 program only on the 15th.

 Click on the link below to open the file containing the Agriculture Update Consensus Questions.

Agriculture Consensus Questions

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March 27, 2014